How The Miami Hurricanes Have Made it to 6-0

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - OCTOBER 21: Steve Ishmael /
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Jeff Thomas 48 yard touchdown strike from Malik Rosier and Travis Homer’s 33 yard scamper did not factor. If you consider Michael Badgley’s 39 yard field goal in the second quarter was two yards from being considered a red zone score, Miami would have been 33 percent

That is a snapshot of imperfection but no more stats. Only one perfect stat matters. Miami is 6-0. The Hurricanes beat a team with essentially a monument of momentum. Turn on ESPN this week and the replays showed what pundits said was improbable. The Orange knocked off the defending National Champion Clemson Tigers on a Friday night special.

Those same Orange were essentially late into the fourth only one point down and ready to take down its second top ten team in consecutive weeks. Kudos to Dino Baber’s squad who showed resilience and ultimately verified why they earned the title of world beaters the week before.

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Miami did not yield. It made plays when it had to. Hurricane fans can remember this season as the one where Miami rattled off 11 straight wins going back to last year and embedded a frequency that perpetuates harmony. A pitch that only the Hurricanes on the field have been able to hear. It is one that says over and over, Do not lose.